The city centre has become a huge pedestrian shopping mall made up of the same shops every 200 meters repeating them selves in almost the same order (Hema, C&A, Espirit, H&M, Zara, McDonalds and so on) sadly this is the present and seems to be the only future of every city in Europe.
Meanwhile, less than a kilometer from this orgy of consumerism one can find the rest of the city (where the old industries and sheds are) today lying either abandoned or being occupied by immigrants who help keep these cities alive.
However, I find these areas a lot more of my interest. And thanks to ‘Globalization’, more and more cities around the world look like somewhere else (and in that sense similar to each other) – so this is the geographies of a globalized world?
The next four photos of everyday life of immigrants from
(strangely the only thing that changes depending on which city you are in the language on the billboard of the shops)